Only 10 days to go now until our team of cyclists set off for Vietnam and Cambodia on our second expedition to raise money for Challenge Cancer UK.
Neil Gibbard, Midlands Regional Director held a Charity Dinner at Moxhull Hall on Friday 13th which once again was a great success, raising in excess of £2,100 for this very worthy cause. Guests were entertained by footballing legend Dean Saunders and comedian Aaron James.
On the 22nd June 2017 Coolair attended the 10th Anniversary Charity Karting Event at the outdoor Daytona Race Circuit in Milton Keynes. All proceeds went to AGE UK and Barnardos Charity.
The event was a 3 Hour Endurance Race with 24 teams of suppliers and contractors and Coolair picked up the 3rd Place prize.
The team consisted of team captain Scott Lightfoot, Steve Waters, Nick Allpress and our Santander host Lee Barrow
Many thanks to Santander for inviting us back again this year,
Coolair are pleased to announce our inclusion in a select group of elite HVAC experts chosen to work in partnership with Mitsubishi under their new Diamond Contractor scheme.
Diamond Contractor certification recognises that as a company we have achieved an exceptional level of training, expertise and customer satisfaction and that we are identified as experts in the design and installation of HVAC systems using Mitsubishi Electric’s extensive range of products.
This brings real benefits to our customers,
The current edition of Refurb Projects magazine showcases the Grand Sheraton Hotel, a project which Coolair have been very proud to work on with fit-out specialists Beck Interiors Ltd.
For full details of the project click below
Refurb Projects article -Sheraton Hotel
Leading Manchester-based air conditioning installation specialist Coolair Equipment Ltd has successfully met the cooling requirements of the world’s biggest online gambling company.
The company, which also has offices in the Midlands and Kent, delivered a winning cooling and heating package for bet365’s stunning new state-of-the-art office in Stoke-on-Trent.
The contract, worth almost £1m with SES Engineering Services, involved supplying and installing the latest variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology so that all 3,000 employees in the three-storey building can work in complete comfort regardless of their area of space and the time of day or year.